Delaware sports betting revenue declines again in November

11 December 2019

Delaware’s sports betting revenue declined for the second consecutive month in November, with the state’s three licensed sportsbooks bringing in $1.4m.

This was despite a higher handle and a greater number of wagers placed than in October.

Players staked a total of $10.3m in the four-week period ending on 24 November, down 35.9% from November 2018, while the number of bets placed fell 18.8% to 285,910. Revenue also fell 66.2% year-on-year, to $1.4m.

Delaware Park continued to be the most popular spot for sports bettors, bringing in revenue of $852,909 on a handle of $6.3m. This represented a 41.2% year-on-year drop in amounts wagered, and a 42.1% decline in revenue.

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